What are the benefits of a tankless water heater?
A properly functioning hot water heater is critical to daily life. We all count on hot water to aid us in maintaining good personal hygiene, along with performing other household chores like running our dishwasher and doing our laundry. We offer the installation of gas, electric, and tankless waters. Unlike gas and electric hot water heaters, tankless water heaters never run out of hot water once the water is heated, no matter how many minutes and/or hours that the water runs. We will service all of your hot water heater needs from installation, to repairs and routine maintenance.
WHAT WE OFFER
Water Heater Installation
It’s always important to have a licensed and insured professional to complete your water heater installation. We'll make sure that your new unit is correctly sized to fit the hot water needs of you and your family. Regardless of which water heater you choose, we’ll get the installation done as quickly as possible, so there’s little disruption to your normal routine.
Water Heater Repair
If you're like most homeowners, when your water heater is not operating properly, this causes a huge inconvenience to your daily routine. Restoring your hot water is of extreme importance. When your water heater starts to malfunction, our expert team will provide you with prompt, dependable, and reasonably priced water heater repairs.
Water Heater Maintenance
Water heaters require very low maintenance to perform properly for many years to come. There are a few easy ways to extend the lifespan of your water heater, if these things are done on an annual basis. Our experts can test the pressure-relief valve, drain sediments from the water heater tank, and/or replace the valve to maximize your unit’s efficiency. We carry all of the tools, experience, and knowledge needed to ensure that your water heater gets the service that it needs.
Signs that you need a new WATER HEATER or repairs
Insufficient hot water or prolonged heating time may indicate the need for water heater repairs or replacement.
Fluctuating water temperature could signal a failing thermostat or control valve, requiring professional assessment for repairs or replacement.
Rusty or discolored water when using hot water may indicate corrosion in the tank, necessitating a plumber's inspection for repairs or replacement.
Unusual noises like popping or banging sounds suggest sediment buildup, potentially requiring tank flushing or water heater replacement if the issue persists.
If your water heater is nearing or surpassing its average lifespan of 8 to 12 years, considering a replacement is advisable for improved efficiency and to avoid potential breakdowns.